Residential Treatment

JYS provides residential treatment for youth ages 12 to 18. We have separate boys and girls units on our Juneau campus. A co-ed unit will be opening in 2021. Residents receive individual, group and family counseling. They also go through skill-building and educational programming, according to their treatment plans.

 

Our residential programs use the Teaching Family Model, an evidence-based, trauma-responsive care model. It prioritizes the relationships youth have with caregivers, who assist them in developing skills necessary to succeed outside of a residential environment.

 

Contact The Link at (907) 789-7610, Link@jys.org or (907) 789-8443 (fax). if you would like more information or to make a referral. We accept youth throughout Alaska into our residential programs.

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Montana Creek (Boys 12-18)

Montana Creek is a residential treatment program designed for adolescent boys ages 12 to 18 who have a history in the past calendar year of an inability to adjust and progress in a family setting, therapeutic treatment home, outpatient counseling or other structured treatment placement.

Lighthouse (Girls 12-18)

Lighthouse is a residential treatment program designed for adolescent girls ages 12 to 18 experiencing a severe emotional disorder. The program provides services for girls who have a history in the past calendar year of an inability to adjust and progress in a family setting, therapeutic treatment home, outpatient or other structured treatment placement.

Juneau Youth Services

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2075 Jordan Ave.

Juneau, Alaska 99801

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